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Vastu Shastra is an ancient Indian science of harmony and prosperous living by eliminating negative and enhancing positive energies around us.

Anyone will agree to the fact that we, humans, spend most of their time inside a building be it our home, office or anything else.

It’s also a fact that all things in the universe have a level of energy associated with them.

Hence it’s apt to say that all buildings and even the land on which a building is erected has vibrations of energy associated with it.

Deducing from above, it’s easy to visualize that we are constantly bombarded with energies 24×7.

Some energies are positive (with pleasing effects) while others are negative (having terrible effects) on us.

Vastu aims to eliminate negative and enhance positive energy present at a place or location so that a person, family or even business inhabiting a building become prosperous and progressive.

In ancient India, people believed house as a living organism and treated constructing a house as sacred ceremony.

Also, they named the spirit dwelling in the house as Vastu Purusha.

Why?

It’s because of an ancient Indian story of Vastu Purusha.

As per vastu shastra, different directions belong to different Gods that supervise respective sectors of the house.

This means that if various sections and activities related to each section of a house, office, shop etc. stick to principles of vastu shastra then, we start to draw the power of nature effortlessly and achieving goals is easy, spontaneous and effortless.

Many rules of vastu shastra are simple common sense as they relate to ventilation, amount and quality of sunlight a building receives etc.

But some principles of vastu shastra relate to energy field of earth and subtle energy fields in natural and constructed environments.

People living/working in such buildings have appreciated and verified the effects of these fields.

Many factors govern the life of a human being; his fate, karma and vastu of the place where he lives and work.

Apart from karma of a person, fate and vastu affects life’s quality.

If the vastu is poor but the fate of a person is good then results obtained can range from poor to mediocre; where as if the vastu is good and fate is unfavorable then the ill effects are minuscule.

It is important to follow vastu shastra guidelines while constructing a house, shop or any other structure as it changes a man’s destiny for betterment.

The application of vastu shastra are tremendous, read our article to know how you can follow vastu shastra in your home for a better, happy, successful and prosperous life.

As we all know that Sun is the most important celestial body which radiates light and heat and is the reason for existence of life on earth; that’s why Sun is known as the “Soul of Universe” in ancient Indian texts.

The principles of vastu shastra allow humans to use limitless energy of Sun in best possible way.

The earth, which is our planetary home, is like a mother and is a treasure-house for all comforts and happiness which a human cannot find anywhere else.

Guidelines of vastu shastra enables human to draw on all-embracing role of mother earth for best results.

If you have read and understood Vastu Purusha Mandala then I am sure you also understood above point, else I insist you read it, here’s the link; Vastu Purusha and Vastu Purusha Mandala.

Yes. Even though you don’t live in that house, still vastu of that house will affect you.

Yes. Men and women have different energies and hence vastu will act – or affect – men and women (in the same house) in a different way.

For example: if there’s a water body in SE of the house, then, it’ll adversely affect the female of the house (she’ll have temperament issues, medical issues & more).

On the other hand, if there’s a water body (such as underground water tank) in SW of the house, then it’ll affect – majorly – the male members of the house (men will have stability issues, medical issues and this may even lead to loss of life for all male members of the family).

That depends on the type of house(s) you’ve been living in. If you’ve been living in house(s) with bad vastu and have shifted to a house with good vastu then it may need some time for the abundance to reach you.

Yes. As per vastu shastra, the rooms in North and East of the house should be bigger than rooms in West and South of the house. Also, make sure to have either square or rectangular rooms. In case or rectangular rooms the ratio of length to breadth should not exceed 1:2.

Yes, but not 100%.

Suppose there’s a person having very good astrological charts and he’s living in a bad vastu house. Now, since the stars favor this person, he’ll get lot of auspicious opportunities, but since the vastu of his house is bad, he won’t be able to make the most of these opportunities.

Similarly, if a person has bad astrological charts and lives in a good vastu house then he’ll get good opportunities & he may be able to grab most of these.

Yes. Here’s it.

Master bedroom in SW

Kitchen in SE

Living room and Pooja room in NE

Guest bedroom or kid’s bedroom in NW

Toilets and bathrooms in NW, South or West

No, this is a huge misconception. Vastu shastra never says that a particular direction is good and other one is bad.

In fact as per vastu shastra, all the directions are good to make a house.

(Note: The most important thing in a house is the entrance; hence all the links below have a lot of emphasis – with vastu rules – on house entrances)

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